Dixie's pride

August 1996
People;8/19/96, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p54
Profiles Alberta Martin, believed to be the only living United States Civil War widow. Her reaction to Allen Gurganus' novel `Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All;' Her marriage to William Martin who fought for the Fourth Alabama Infantry against Ulysses S. Grant in the siege of Petersburg, Virginia.


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